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Delaware Code Title 3. Agriculture § 102. Entry on lands

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In order to accomplish the purposes of this title, the Department of Agriculture, its officers, employees, agents and servants, may enter upon any public or private premises, parks or cemeteries, or upon any lands of any person within this State, for the purpose of inspecting, examining, destroying, treating or experimenting upon insects and diseases.

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